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Online Courses and How They Change the Nature of Class

״This paper presents findings related to how the nature of class changes when asynchronous online courses are used rather... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Scott Reid
Date Added: Mar 26, 2009 Date Modified: Mar 26, 2009
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Online Learning in Hong Kong: A Preliminary Comparison of the Lecture and Online Versions of a Computing Fundamentals Course

This case study compares students’ learning experience and outcomes in the lecture and online versions of a first-year... see more
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Author: Giovanni B. Moneta, Synnöve Kekkonen-Moneta
Date Added: Jul 24, 2007 Date Modified: Jul 24, 2007
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Online Learning: Social Interaction and the Creation of a Sense of Community

The authors suggest three protocols that can be built into the fabric of online courses in order that a sense of community... see more
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Author: Joanne McInnerney, Tim Roberts
Date Added: Jul 25, 2007 Date Modified: Feb 27, 2008
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Online learning:Is it meant for science courses?

The authors discuss a case study experience in conducting scientific courses such as EnvironmentalChemistry and Spectroscopy... see more
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Author: Lau Seng
Date Added: Jul 26, 2007 Date Modified: Mar 29, 2012
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Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: A Case Study

This study involved an investigation of the practice of online teaching and learning in the Faculty of Education at the... see more
Material Type: Case Study
Author: Department of Education, Science and Training
Date Added: Jul 21, 2007 Date Modified: Jul 21, 2007
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Online Teaching And Learning in Higher Education: A Case Study

This study involved an investigation of the practice of online teaching and learning in the Faculty of Education at the... see more
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Author: Glen Postle
Date Added: Jul 22, 2007 Date Modified: Jul 22, 2007
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Open Tapestry

OER Glue is meant to help people develop their own courses.  It provides guidance for 1) gathering resources, 2) adding... see more
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Author: Open Tapestry
Date Added: Jul 27, 2011 Date Modified: Sep 08, 2014
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Paperless lectures on the Web: An evaluation of the educational outcomes of teaching Geology using the Web

The Web is being hailed by some as a transforming power for education in the leadup to the 21st century. Clearly we can now... see more
Material Type: Case Study
Author: Jason Hellwege, Andrew Gleadow, Carmel McNaught
Date Added: Jul 22, 2007 Date Modified: Jul 22, 2007
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Participation and Critical Thinking in Online University Distance Education

This case study of a university-level course delivered by computer conferencing examined student participation and critical... see more
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Author: Mark Bullen
Date Added: Jul 22, 2007 Date Modified: Apr 08, 2009
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Preparing Teachers To Use Learning Objects

According to the authors, "Teachers play important roles in technology-rich classrooms, making decisions that significantly... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Darrin Hayes, Steven Blumsack, Tuiren Bratina
Date Added: May 24, 2010 Date Modified: May 24, 2010
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